Motorola Razr 40 Ultra render images shared: Large screen for the cover and much more

Refreshed images of Motorola's much expected foldable handset Motorola Razr 40 Ultra have been released. What exactly does this phone which will compete with Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip 5 offer? Here's the design

The leaks continue to come out regarding Motorola’s forthcoming folding phone, the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra (Razr 2023). Today, renders of the phone that be a direct competitor to that of the Galaxy Z Flip series have been released. It features a revolutionary design that is foldable and assertive.

Motorola Razr 40 Ultra render images sharedMotorola Razr 40 Ultra render images shared

When we look at the images shared it is clear how we can see that the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra is covered by a large cover screen along with two camera sensors and the LED flash. The power and volume keys of the device are in the left frame. If we look back, prior reports claimed that the device could fold and have an 3.5-inch screen that covers the entire device. It is possible to say that the new leak confirms that information.

In the above photo we can look at the Razr Ultra’s many options for customization including changing the color, font and sound as well as wallpaper. According to reports that this Motorola Razr 40 Ultra will feature the 6.7-inch Full HD + OLED display that has a refresh rate of 144 Hz on the inside. Under the cover, the phone, that will be equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Generation 1 chipset is equipped with eightGB RAM and a battery of 3,640mAh with fast charging support of 33 watts as well as an Android 13 OS.

It also clarified colors available and the price on the Razr 40 Ultra. As a result, the eight/256GB model of the Razr 40 Ultra will cost 1200 euros. It is expected that the device will come in three colors: Glacier Blue, Viva Magenta and Phantom Black.

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